The Ring TV brought to you by Oscar De La Hoya’s Golden Boy Promotions features live boxing from the LA FIGHT CLUB series, plus fight news, fighter profiles and more. The Ring was founded in 1922 by Nat Fleischer. The first issue, dated February 15, 1922, was 24 pages and cost 20 cents. The cover featured black and white photographs of American promoter Tex Richard and Lord Lonsdale, a British aristocrat and boxing patron. Originally located in New York City, the magazine relocated to Long Island, New York, in 1990, and then moved to suburban Pennsylvania in 1993. It is now based in Los Angeles.